All employers must provide each employee with a written notice at the start of their employment and keep a signed copy of the notice on file, as of July 1, 2019. The notice must contain required information about an employee's employment status and terms of employment. The notice must include a statement, in multiple languages, that informs employees they may request the notice be provided to them in another language. Employers are also required to provide employees in writing any changes to the information in the notice before the date the changes take effect.
Employers may use the example notice or create their own. In Minneapolis, employers may have additional wage theft requirements under the city's Wage Theft Ordinance.
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